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deal of a potential secretary here. >> it would be an enormously big deal. perhaps senator john mccain has perhaps decided to say that he would support it. i am not saying that i know that. if what he is reporting it's true, that would be what is happening here. i think what is being reported here are many commentators saying a couple weeks ago after the president very aggressive state of the union and progressive of marx he was saying about the republicans. look, the president will need the republicans in congress in his second term to get done some of the things he wants to achieve. like immigration reform. well, here we are. he is in trouble. his relationship with the republicans out there is simply broken. now it looks like the president may pay a price for that. dagen: do you think it will, at the end of the day, get in the way of chuck hagel becoming defense secretary. also, republicans will have to pay a price, right? connell: it looks like we have the speaker of the house. the breaking news out of washington. let's listen to the live comment. >> in two weeks we will have a cere
thing will happen, the president will be back in washington, lindsay gramm and john mccain significant republican figures going to come to the white house and talked to him allegedly about immigration reform which is important but also have a conversation about sequester and budget and we will see what happens. lindsey graham said yesterday it saves the defense industry and the defense establishment, talk about putting revenue on the table, police and democrats, interesting statement. we will see if he is speaking for anyone but lindsey graham. lori: the sequestration itself announced 2% of a decrease in spending, worst case scenario, we are hearing this doomsday scenario the country will be more susceptible to terrorist attacks, teachers will be laid off, flights won't be as safe and they will be delayed and these horrible things but it is such a minuscule amount of spending decrease. correct? will we be that impact will? >> over time it would be better immediately and won't be. the federal government does everything slowly including rolling out spending cuts that would happen over ti
senator john mccain respond to some of the critics on immigration reform on fox news sunday. >> 11 million people living in the shadows. i believe people deserve to come out of the shadows. the people who were brought here when they were children deserve that kind of consideration. connell: our next guest knows just about everything about this. he is now a u.s. citizen and a part owner of a u.s. business. please, welcome hector ramirez. why don't you tell a little bit about your story. >> well, when i got to this country, i was 13 years old. my brother started putting me into school. he got me to do welding. we worked from 6:00 a.m. until four or five or 6:00 p.m. whatever time was necessary. i got my first home when i was 18 years old. of course, i have to put in an application that i was a u.s. citizen. i never said i was not. i got my first home when i was 18 years old. i have been working from that time. this is a country of opportunities. connell: what about when you got your green card? when did you become legal? >> it was april of 88. connell: okay. the reason i bring that up is bec
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